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CAMBRIDGES IN KELOWNA

Day 4 of the royal visit marked Will and Kate’s trip to B.C.’s interior, where they visited UBC Okanagan, and met staffers and students celebrating the school’s 10th anniversary. Naturally, they unveiled a plaque, and also checked out a large piece of Indigenous art honouring the partnership between the university and the Okanagan Nation Alliance.

GAME, SET, MATCH

It was the couple’s only public event in Kelowna and they made the most of it by watching an exhibition volleyball match with UBC’s nationally-ranked women’s team.

And of course the royal couple made time for all the people who gathered to catch a glimpse of them …

… especially the kiddos.

WINE AND DINE

The Duke and Duchess left UBC for a private event at Mission Hill Winery, which celebrated the Taste of British Columbia festival. They met some of the province’s top chefs including Vikram Vij, Rob Feenie, David Hawksworth and Hidekazu Tojo, walked through the vineyard and tasted grapes and other delectable dishes.

The Cambridges chatted with the young aspiring chefs who are learning about possible careers in food and agriculture. Wills even helped some young chefs with a salad demonstration.

GOODBYE, B.C.; HELLO, YUKON

Following the Okanagan event, the couple flew to Whitehorse, Yukon, where they were greeted by members of the Canadian Rangers, and met some of the Junior Canadian Rangers.

They headed straight to the Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre, where they watched a cultural performance showcasing Yukon’s thriving performing arts.

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